English Estate Winery

Chili Cook-Off at English Estate Winery

English Estate Winery will host its Eighth Annual Chili Cook-Off from 4 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 21. This year, prizes will be awarded for Best Chili, Most Original Chili, and Best Corn Bread. Enjoy Southwest Washington’s best chili and enjoy estate-grown wines and hard apple ciders while casting your vote for your favorite. Winners will receive English Estate gift cards. For those interested not just in tasting but also in participating, there’s still time to sign up! Email events@englishestatewinery.com by Saturday, Oct. 21, and arrive with your chili in a large crockpot or a large pan of corn bread ready to sample.

English Estate Wine Club members get in for free. If you’re not a member, no worries—a $5 fee at the door will buy you membership with all its benefits through the end of 2018, plus an English Estate logo wine glass. In addition to great chili, wine, cider, and cornbread, guests will also enjoy a mix of bluegrass and folk will be performed by Somewhere Between from 4:30 and 7 p.m.

Clark County’s oldest winery is located in East Vancouver at 17806 S.E. 1st St. in Vancouver, just west of 192nd Ave., and is known for its Pinot Noir and fortified Nectar dessert wines. Other varietals include Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris, and Gewurztraminer, and Semillon. Regular tasting room hours are noon to 6 p.m. Fridays through Sundays with a happy hour on Mondays from 4:30 to 7 p.m. On Friday nights at 6 p.m., English Estate hosts Good Times and Wine with dinner and live music. For menus and the music line-up, go to EnglishEstateWinery.com.

Chili Cook-Off at English Estate Winery

English Estate Winery will host its Eighth Annual Chili Cook-Off from 4 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 21. This year, prizes will be awarded for Best Chili, Most Original Chili, and Best Corn Bread. Enjoy Southwest Washington’s best chili and enjoy estate-grown wines and hard apple ciders while casting your vote for your favorite. Winners will receive English Estate gift cards. For those interested not just in tasting but also in participating, there’s still time to sign up! Email events@englishestatewinery.com by Saturday, Oct. 21, and arrive with your chili in a large crockpot or a large pan of corn bread ready to sample.

English Estate Wine Club members get in for free. If you’re not a member, no worries—a $5 fee at the door will buy you membership with all its benefits through the end of 2018, plus an English Estate logo wine glass. In addition to great chili, wine, cider, and cornbread, guests will also enjoy a mix of bluegrass and folk will be performed by Somewhere Between from 4:30 and 7 p.m.

Clark County’s oldest winery is located in East Vancouver at 17806 S.E. 1st St. in Vancouver, just west of 192nd Ave., and is known for its Pinot Noir and fortified Nectar dessert wines. Other varietals include Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris, and Gewurztraminer, and Semillon. Regular tasting room hours are noon to 6 p.m. Fridays through Sundays with a happy hour on Mondays from 4:30 to 7 p.m. On Friday nights at 6 p.m., English Estate hosts Good Times and Wine with dinner and live music. For menus and the music line-up, go to EnglishEstateWinery.com.

English Estate’s 115th Anniversary Celebration

English Estate Winery—Clark County’s oldest winery—will celebrate the English Estate Farm’s 115th anniversary from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 6, with live music, barn tours and, of course, wine. Over the years, the English family has farmed several crops, including potatoes and filberts; it was also a dairy. The winery was founded in 2000, and you can taste a selection of English Estate wines in The Loafing Shed tasting room in the barn, which dates from 1915. Free tours of the farm and winery will be given by members of the English family at 1 p.m. and at 3 p.m., and tastings are available throughout the day for $7.

Entry for this event is free and all ages are welcome. Hot dogs and burgers will be available for purchase from As You Wish Northwest. Enjoy live bluegrass and folk music by Somewhere Between from 1:30 to 5 p.m. There will also be a special vintage car show with the Flying Eagle A Model A Ford Car Club from noon to 4 p.m. on the Pump House lawn. There will also be a few local artists selling their wares, such as Metals by Leslie, Visual Lifesavers Art, and For Your Glass Only.

English Estate is known for its Pinot Noir, but you can also taste Rosé, a white blend called Marguerite Metis, a red blend called Chief Factor’s Favorite, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, and several fortified wines, including the wonderful Port of Vancouver. Other varietals grown at the estate include Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer, and Semillon. To learn more about English Estate and its history, visit www.englishestatewinery.com. The newest edition to the winery is the Volcano View Event Hall, with room for up to 100 people to hold meetings, have a family reunion, host a wedding reception, or celebrate birthdays and anniversaries. Click here for rates and details or call 360-772-5141.

Above: the Loafing Shed tasting room in the 102-year-old barn.

English Estate’s 115th Anniversary Party

English Estate Winery—Clark County’s oldest winery—will celebrate the English Estate Farm’s 115th anniversary from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 6, with live music, barn tours and, of course, wine. Over the years, the English family has farmed several crops, including potatoes and filberts; it was also a dairy. The winery was founded in 2000, and you can taste a selection of English Estate wines in The Loafing Shed tasting room in the barn, which dates from 1915. Free tours of the farm and winery will be given by members of the English family at 1 p.m. and at 3 p.m., and tastings are available throughout the day for $7.

Entry for this event is free and all ages are welcome. Hot dogs and burgers will be available for purchase from As You Wish Northwest. Enjoy live bluegrass and folk music by Somewhere Between from 1:30 to 5 p.m. There will also be a special vintage car show with the Flying Eagle A Model A Ford Car Club from noon to 4 p.m. on the Pump House lawn. There will also be a few local artists selling their wares, such as Metals by Leslie, Visual Lifesavers Art, and For Your Glass Only.

English Estate is known for its Pinot Noir, but you can also taste Rosé, a white blend called Marguerite Metis, a red blend called Chief Factor’s Favorite, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, and several fortified wines, including the wonderful Port of Vancouver. Other varietals grown at the estate include Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer, and Semillon. To learn more about English Estate and its history, visit www.englishestatewinery.com. The newest edition to the winery is the Volcano View Event Hall, with room for up to 100 people to hold meetings, have a family reunion, host a wedding reception, or celebrate birthdays and anniversaries. Click here for rates and details or call 360-772-5141.

Above: the Loafing Shed tasting room in the 102-year-old barn.

Good Times & Wine at English Estate Winery

English Estate Winery, Vancouver’s oldest vineyard, hosts “Good Times & Wine” every Friday night in the Loafing Shed Tasting Room, comfortably housed in the winery’s historic red barn. Wine-lovers will enjoy not only English Estate wine, but also a full meal and live music. Dinner is served starting at 6 p.m. and dinner service continues until 8 p.m. (or whenever the food runs out!). If you plan on attending, an RSVP to events@englishestatewinery.com would be most appreciated so that the caterer can make sure everyone is fed!

To learn more, e-mail events@englishestatewinery.com or visit www.englishestatewinery.com. If you can’t make it on Friday night, but would like to come by for a tasting, the Loafing Shed is open on Fridays from noon to 9 p.m., and on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 6 p.m. Game Night is held every Monday from 4:30 to 7 p.m. in the covered Bocce Court.

 

Pot Roast Dinner & Live Music at English Estate

English Estate Winery, Vancouver’s oldest vineyard, hosts “Good Times & Wine” every Friday night in the Loafing Shed Tasting Room, comfortably housed in the winery’s historic red barn. Wine-lovers will enjoy not only English Estate wine, but also a full meal and live music. Dinner is served starting at 6 p.m. and dinner service continues until 8 p.m. (or whenever the food runs out!). If you plan on attending, an RSVP to events@englishestatewinery.com would be most appreciated so that the caterer can make sure everyone is fed!

This week, the dinner menu is being provided by As You Wish NW Events & Catering. The featured dish is pot roast with carrots, onions, and potatoes, plus salad and dessert for $15. While you savor your warming pot roast and sip a nice, big glass of red wine, you can enjoy mellow vocals by singer Marianne Flemming.

To learn more, e-mail events@englishestatewinery.com or visit www.englishestatewinery.com. If you can’t make it on Friday night, but would like to come by for a tasting, the Loafing Shed is open on Fridays from noon to 9 p.m., and on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 6 p.m. Game Night is held every Monday from 4:30 to 7 p.m. in the covered Bocce Court.

 

Wine & Art Fair at English Estate Winery

English Estate Winery‘s eighth annual Art & Wine Fair will be held from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, July 9, and from noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday, July 10, at English Estate’s historical property at 17806 S.E. 1st St. in Vancouver, not too far from Camas.

As the name suggests, there will be lots of art from local vendors and plenty of English Estate wine for you to sample in the Loafing Shed. There will also be delicious food available to buy and a two-day line up of live music. There’s no entry fee to attend, but you should definitely bring some moolah as you’ll see (and taste) plenty of things you’ll want to buy. Food will be available to purchase from Pasta Gigi’s, including an antipasto plate, spaghetti with marinara, sausage and roll, Caesar salad, cannolis and more.

Vendors include Angie’s Photos, Beads & Threads, Benchmark Woods, Bonnie’s Bangles and Lanyards, Body Kneads, Carol DeGregory Artist, Celestial Balance Body Products, Chris Bidleman Photography, Daniela M, Display in Style, Do-Over Designs, Earthly Treasures, Fine Line Design, For Your Glass Only, Katie M Berrgren Art/Design, Kitchen Stitchens, LivEat Chocolates, K.L. Bone, Henna by Laura, Honeybee Spoons, Lalienya, Mary’s Pots, Miss n’ Stitch, Mystic Glass, Native Wine Rocks, One of A Kind Pottery & Jewelry, Pelican Moon Studio, Pretty Pallets, She Who Doodles, Snagridge Jewelry, The Red Bicycle, Two Strung Out Women, Visual Lifesavers Art, Women Wine & Words. Musicians include Michael Riopelle,  Tom Mann, Doug & Judy Smith, Eric John Kaiser, Wade Hendrix, Tom Mann, Eric John Kaiser, Marianne Flemming, Dan Dingman, Wade Hendrix, Tanner Cundy, and Somewhere Between.

Wine & Art Fair at English Estate

2012-artist-photo-1024x337English Estate Winery‘s eighth annual Art & Wine Fair will be held from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, July 9, and from noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday, July 10, at English Estate’s historical property at 17806 S.E. 1st St. in Vancouver, not too far from Camas.

As the name suggests, there will be lots of art from local vendors and plenty of English Estate wine for you to sample in the Loafing Shed. There will also be delicious food available to buy and a two-day line up of live music. There’s no entry fee to attend, but you should definitely bring some moolah as you’ll see (and taste) plenty of things you’ll want to buy. Food will be available to purchase from Pasta Gigi’s, including an antipasto plate, spaghetti with marinara, sausage and roll, Caesar salad, cannolis and more.

Vendors include Angie’s Photos, Beads & Threads, Benchmark Woods, Bonnie’s Bangles and Lanyards, Body Kneads, Carol DeGregory Artist, Celestial Balance Body Products, Chris Bidleman Photography, Daniela M, Display in Style, Do-Over Designs, Earthly Treasures, Fine Line Design, For Your Glass Only, Katie M Berrgren Art/Design, Kitchen Stitchens, LivEat Chocolates, K.L. Bone, Henna by Laura, Honeybee Spoons, Lalienya, Mary’s Pots, Miss n’ Stitch, Mystic Glass, Native Wine Rocks, One of A Kind Pottery & Jewelry, Pelican Moon Studio, Pretty Pallets, She Who Doodles, Snagridge Jewelry, The Red Bicycle, Two Strung Out Women, Visual Lifesavers Art, Women Wine & Words. Musicians include Michael Riopelle,  Tom Mann, Doug & Judy Smith, Eric John Kaiser, Wade Hendrix, Tom Mann, Eric John Kaiser, Marianne Flemming, Dan Dingman, Wade Hendrix, Tanner Cundy, and Somewhere Between.

Above photo: English Estate’s signature red barn and the Loafing Shed tasting room.

English Estate Winery 113th Anniversary Celebration

English Estate—Clark County’s oldest winery—will celebrate the 113th anniversary of the farm for which its named from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 14, with live music, barn tours and, of course, wine. The Loafing Shed tasting room in the barn is almost as old—101 years—and dates from 1915. Free tours of the farm and winery will be given by members of the English family at 1 p.m. and at 3 p.m., and tastings are available throughout the day for $5. Entry for this event is free and all ages are welcome.

Hot dogs and burgers will be available for purchase from As You Wish Northwest. Live music will be provided by Tom Mann from 1 to 3 p.m. and by Michael Riopelle from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. There will also be a special vintage car show with the Flying Eagle A Model A Ford Car Club from noon to 4 p.m.

English Estate is known for its Pinot Noir, but you can also taste Rosé, a white blend called Marguerite Metis, a red blend called Chief Factor’s Favorite, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, and several fortified wines including the wonderful Port of Vancouver. To learn more about English Estate and its history, visit www.englishestatewinery.com. The newest edition to the winery is the Volcano View Event Hall, with room for up to 100 people to hold meetings, have a family reunion, host a wedding reception, or celebrate birthdays and anniversaries. Click here for rates and details.

English Estate Celebrates 113 Years

English Estate—Clark County’s oldest winery—will celebrate the 113th anniversary of the farm for which its named from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 14, with live music, barn tours and, of course, wine. The Loafing Shed tasting room in the barn is almost as old—101 years—and dates from 1915. Free tours of the farm and winery will be given by members of the English family at 1 p.m. and at 3 p.m., and tastings are available throughout the day for $5. Entry for this event is free and all ages are welcome.

Hot dogs and burgers will be available for purchase from As You Wish Northwest. Live music will be provided by Tom Mann from 1 to 3 p.m. and by Michael Riopelle from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. There will also be a special vintage car show with the Flying Eagle A Model A Ford Car Club from noon to 4 p.m.

English Estate is known for its Pinot Noir, but you can also taste Rosé, a white blend called Marguerite Metis, a red blend called Chief Factor’s Favorite, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, and several fortified wines including the wonderful Port of Vancouver. To learn more about English Estate and its history, visit www.englishestatewinery.com. The newest edition to the winery is the Volcano View Event Hall, with room for up to 100 people to hold meetings, have a family reunion, host a wedding reception, or celebrate birthdays and anniversaries. Click here for rates and details.

Bluegrass Jamboree & Open Mic

There’ll be plenty of pickin’ an’ grinnin’ at the Southwest Washington Bluegrass Jamboree & Open Mic, happening from 4 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, April 30, at English Estate Winery, located on the old English Farm at 17806 S.E. 1st St. in East Vancouver. The event is part bluegrass celebration, party community get-together, and part fundraiser for the nonprofit Guitars for Vets, which gives guitars and musical support to veterans struggling with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

There’s a small $5 entry fee, and all you need to do to partake of the old-fashioned potluck is bring a dish to share. Wine, hard cider, and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase, and of course English Estate wine tastings will be available in the cozy Loafing Shed. Half of the entry fee and 10% of wine and cider sales will be donated to Guitars for Vets.

Both musicians and spectators are welcome to attend. The open mic portion of the evening, emceed by Fred Coates, will be held from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., and anyone is welcome to participate for a suggested donation of $10. One hundred percent of the open mic donations will go to Guitars for Vets. This event is a joint partnership between English Estate and Guitars for Vets. To learn more about Guitars for Vets, visit www.guitars4vets.org.

 

Bluegrass Jamboree at English Estate

There’ll be plenty of pickin’ an’ grinnin’ at the Southwest Washington Bluegrass Jamboree & Open Mic, happening from 4 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, April 30, at English Estate Winery, located on the old English Farm at 17806 S.E. 1st St. in East Vancouver. The event is part bluegrass celebration, party community get-together, and part fundraiser for the nonprofit Guitars for Vets, which gives guitars and musical support to veterans struggling with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

There’s a small $5 entry fee, and all you need to do to partake of the old-fashioned potluck is bring a dish to share. Wine, hard cider, and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase, and of course English Estate wine tastings will be available in the cozy Loafing Shed. Half of the entry fee and 10% of wine and cider sales will be donated to Guitars for Vets.

Both musicians and spectators are welcome to attend. The open mic portion of the evening, emceed by Fred Coates, will be held from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., and anyone is welcome to participate for a suggested donation of $10. One hundred percent of the open mic donations will go to Guitars for Vets. This event is a joint partnership between English Estate and Guitars for Vets. To learn more about Guitars for Vets, visit www.guitars4vets.org.

English Estate Art & Wine Fair

English Estate Winery‘s eighth annual Art & Wine Fair will be held from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, July 11, and from noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday, July 12, at English Estate’s historical property at 17806 S.E. 1st St. in Vancouver, not too far from Camas.

As the name suggests, there will be lots of art from local vendors and plenty of English Estate wine for you to sample in the Loafing Shed. There will also be delicious food available to buy and a two-day line up of live music. There’s no entry fee to attend, but you should definitely bring some moolah as you’ll see (and taste) plenty of things you’ll want to buy.

English Estate Art & Wine Fair

2012-artist-photo-1024x337English Estate Winery‘s eighth annual Art & Wine Fair will be held from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, July 11, and from noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday, July 12, at English Estate’s historical property at 17806 S.E. 1st St. in Vancouver, not too far from Camas.

As the name suggests, there will be lots of art from local vendors and plenty of English Estate wine for you to sample in the Loafing Shed. There will also be delicious food available to buy and a two-day line up of live music. There’s no entry fee to attend, but you should definitely bring some moolah as you’ll see (and taste) plenty of things you’ll want to buy.

Vendors include (but certainly aren’t limited to) Tier, Angie’s Photos, Banner & Sail, Bella Vine Candles, Bev Kadow Artist, Carol DeGregory Artist, Celestial Balance Body Products, Designs by Debbie, Display in Style, For Your Glass Only, Jonesy Family Store, Katie M Berrgren Art/Design, Liveat Chocolates, Mary Griffin Art, Native Wine Rocks, One of A Kind Pottery & Jewelry, RC Nature Images, Revine, SewDevine, She Who Doodles, Silver River Designs, Snagridge, Women, Wine & Words, and so many more. Musicians include Caryn Jamieson, Wade Hendrix, Tom Mann, Eric John Kaiser, Marianne Flemming, Caleb Roloff, Dan Dingman, Michael Riopelle, and Somewhere Between.

Above photo: English Estate’s signature red barn and the Loafing Shed tasting room.

English Estate Winery 100th Anniversary Celebration

English Estate Winery—Clark County’s oldest winery—will celebrate its centennial anniversary from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 2, with live music, barn tours and, of course, wine. The farm is actually 112 years old, but the Loafing Shed tasting room in the barn dates from 1915—100 years exactly. Free tours of the farm and winery will be given by members of the English family at 1 p.m. and at 3 p.m., and tastings are available throughout the day for $5.

Live music will be provided by Tanner Cundy from 1 to 3 p.m. and by Tom Mann from 3:30 to 6 p.m. In a poetic touch, English Estate Winery has also invited Clark County’s newest winery, Rezabek Vineyards, to pour its wines in the charming Pump House.

English Estate is known for its Pinot Noir, but you can also taste Rosé, a white blend called Marguerite Metis, a red blend called Chief Factor’s Favorite, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, and several fortified wines including the wonderful Port of Vancouver. To learn more about English Estate and its history, visit www.englishestatewinery.com. The winery recently added the Volcano View Event Hall to its grounds, with room for up to 100 people to hold meetings, have a family reunion, host a wedding reception, or celebrate birthdays and anniversaries. Click here for rates and details.

Art & Wine Fair at English Estate

Wine makes everything a little more beautiful—although the art on display and for sale at English Estate Winery’s Art & Wine Fair won’t need any help from the bottle. This annual festival at Washington’s oldest winery will be held from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, July 12, and from noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday, July 13. There’s no admission charge, and  you can plan to stay awhile because there will be food and live music as well as over 40 artists selling paintings, jewelry, ceramics, fiber arts, and handcrafted products like soap and honey, as well as myriad other interesting, lovely, and useful items to enhance your home and garden.

estate-thistle-150x150If you come on July 12, you can join a special “Wine About Painting” class on the Manor House lawn, taught by local artist Rebecca Trimble. $30 will provide all the tools, paint, and instruction you need to complete your very own purple thistle painting to take home as a souvenir of the Wine & Art Fair. To register for the class, send an e-mail to events@englishestatewinery.com.

English Estate Winery is located on the eastern edge of Vancouver at 17806 S.E. First Street. For more information about the Wine & Art Fair, click here for a free downloadable brochure listing every vendor and musician, as well as a map to help you plan your visit.

Above photograph: stunning view of Mount St. Helens from English Estate vineyards.

 

English Estate Winery 111th Anniversary

It's English Estate Winery's 111th anniversary, and Clark County's oldest winery is planning a celebration with music, wine, and food from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 10. Take a guided tour of the vineyard and historic buildings at 1 p.m. or 3 p.m., then enjoy live music by Tom Man from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Drop by the Loafing Shed Tasting Room to sip the season's new wines and take part in the annual "BiBBFest," where you get to design your own "Bag in a Beautiful Box" and vote on your favorite label.

English Estate is probably best known for sweet wines, such as its excellent and cleverly named Port of Vancouver, as well as for its Pinot Noir. However, the occasion of the winery's 111th anniversary calls for a little branching out and broadening of horizons, so go ahead and sample all their wines. (Plus, when you buy a bottle, the $5 tasting fee is applied toward your purchase.)

Admission to the anniverary celebration is free—and if you're still looking for the perfect Mother's Day gift, bring Mom back any time from noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday, May 11, when the first 24 mothers to visit the winery will receive a free rose. Go to www.englishestatewinery.com for more details about weekly events like "Good Times & Wine" on Friday nights and "Game Night" on Mondays.

111 Years of Wine at English Estate

It's English Estate Winery's eleventy-first anniversary, and Clark County's oldest winery is planning a celebration to rival Bilbo Baggins' 111th birthday party (except we can't promise that Gandalf will be there). Even if there won't be any wizards, there will be music, wine, and food from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 10.

Take a guided tour of the vineyard and historic buildings at 1 p.m. or 3 p.m., then enjoy live music by Tom Man from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Drop by the Loafing Shed Tasting Room to sip the season's new wines and take part in the annual "BiBBFest," where you get to design your own "Bag in a Beautiful Box" and vote on your favorite label.

English Estate is probably best known for sweet wines, such as its excellent and cleverly named Port of Vancouver, as well as for its Pinot Noir. However, the occasion of the winery's 111th anniversary calls for a little branching out and broadening of horizons, so go ahead and sample all their wines. (Plus, when you buy a bottle, the $5 tasting fee is applied toward your purchase.)

Admission to the anniverary celebration is free—and if you're still looking for the perfect Mother's Day gift, bring Mom back any time from noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday, May 11, when the first 24 mothers to visit the winery will receive a free rose. Go to www.englishestatewinery.com for more details about weekly events like "Good Times & Wine" on Friday nights and "Game Night" on Mondays.

Good Times & Wine at English Estate

English Estate Winery, Vancouver's oldest vineyard, hosts "Good Times & Wine" every Friday night in the "Loafing Shed" tasting room, comfortably housed in the winery's historic red barn. Wine-lovers will enjoy not only English Estate wine, but also food and live music. To learn more, e-mail events@englishestatewinery.com or visit www.englishestatewinery.com. If you can't make it on Friday night, but would like to come by for a tasting, the Loafing Shed is open on Fridays from noon to 9 p.m., and on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 6 p.m. Game Night is held every Monday from 4:30 to 7 p.m. in the covered Bocce Court.

 

Game Night at English Estate Winery

If your Monday evenings are seeming dangerously wine-free, then English Estate Winery invites you to join your thirsty neighbors in the Loafing Shed Tasting Room for Game Night, held every Monday rain or shine except holidays. The tasting room will be open and games will be in progress from 4:30 to 7 p.m., all year round. English Estate Winery boasts a covered and lighted Bocce Court, which is open during tasting room hours. For more details, visit www.englishestatewinery.com.